Perform audits of suspected criminal organizations and businesses for the purpose of substantiating compliance with laws and regulations.
Provide technical assistance and analysis to Criminal Investigators and others.
Review financial documents and employment documents.
Conduct systematic examinations of financial records associated with financial and worksite enforcement investigations.
Identify unauthorized workers in both critical and non-critical sectors during administrative and criminal worksite investigations.
Conduct highly complex financial audits of criminal organizations and business entities to determine the totality of assets held both domestically and …show more content…
My involvement and collaborative networking with state, local and federal partners and members of the Intelligence Community help to mitigate risks before they happen.
Develop statistical data resources to assist in proactive and targeted investigations; research trends and criminal organizations to identify known and repeat offenders.
Use computer databases, spreadsheets, word processing, and statistical applications to manipulate, analyze, and present data.
Research and analyze complex law enforcement data; identify and interpret criminal activity, patterns, and trends; and forecast trends to aid in proactive and targeted investigations.
Use software and internet applications such as FALCON, FIS, FINCEN and Microsoft Office to identify individuals in a conspiracy, understand the hierarchical structure of criminal organizations, determine the flow of currency/narcotics, and establish the chronological sequence of events impacting our Area of